Victor Davis Hanson // American Greatness
What will be the future of the mass hysteria spawned last summer? No one knows.
But its destination, if unchecked, will be ethnic tensions and sectarian strife at best akin to those in Brazil and India—or at worst Lebanon, Syria, and Rwanda.
Until just a few years ago, racial differences, according to polls, were more or less receding. Intermarriage between racial groups is at historic highs.
But by 2014-2015, with the birth of Black Lives Matter, its courting by the Obama Administration, and the emergence of the electronic social media mob and cancel culture, such progress seems to have ended. We have ceased seeing race as increasingly incidental, rather than essential to who we are.